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Catoberfest 2017 

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The 6th Annual Catoberfest will take place on Friday, October 20. 2017 at the Hudson Valley Brewery (2 Churchill Street, Beacon, NY 12508) from 6 to 10 pm. Come enjoy the fall feline celebration of foods, refreshments, and music to help support Mid Hudson Animal Aid (MHAA), a no-kill, free-range cat sanctuary in Beacon, NY.

The Hudson Valley Brewery will be serving up a great selection of their beverages and Barbs Butchery will be serving the Catoberfest Fancy Feast German style meal. Food tickets may be purchased in advance at catoberfest.brownpapertickets.com for $16 ($18 at the door).

Music by Judith Tulloch Band and Dimitri Archip with special guests.

Both Hudson Valley Brewery and Barb’s Butchery will be providing a donation for each beer and meal purchased! Companion Pet Hospital will also generously match funds raised at Catoberfest with donated feline dental cleaning services for resident felines at MHAA. There will also be raffle prizes featuring gift certificates and merchandise from generous local businesses and Catoberfest merchandise for sale.

Find our Facebook event page HERE.
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